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2020 | 115 min | K-12 | drama

Minari tells the story of a Korean-born family moving to rural Arkansas in search of their own American dream. The family’s life is turned upside down when a cunning, foul-mouthed but loving grandmother arrives from her former homeland to live with them.

A new life in a barren region is full of hardships, but Minari shows what kind of strength and fertility a family can have, and what home really means. Directed by Lee Isaac Chung. As actors, e.g. Steven Yeun, Yeri Han, and Alan S. Kim.

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About the movie


  • finnish
  • religion
  • social studies


  • America
  • everyday
  • optimistic
  • relationships
  • respectful
  • warmth


  • drama

Age limits

  • K-12


  • Oscar


  • Scanbox

For media educator

A family of Korean descent builds a new life in the 80s in the United States. The parents work on a chicken farm, but the father's dream is to transform the surrounding meadows from the house into a flourishing farm. The children speak fluent English, but there is no real oversupply of peers in the remote area. Minari depicts with subtle warmth family relationships, roots, and perseverance.

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